Holidays are a great way to reduce stress and anxiety. We are so busy with our jobs and careers these days that we hardly have time to take a break. That’s why it’s so important to plan our holidays in ahead of time. Planning ahead also helps you make a budget for your money, which lets you save money for holiday expenses. As we are approaching a new year, now is a great time to plan our vacations. I am going to share with you the US holidays in 2023. I’m also giving you a printable PDF file and a CSV file at the end that’s ready to import into your Outlook or Google calendar.
US Public Holidays 2023
As the calendar turns to 2023, Americans across the country are eagerly looking forward to taking a break from their everyday lives to celebrate some of the nation’s most beloved holidays. Whether it’s New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, or the 4th of July, US holidays are a time to come together, honor our history, and enjoy much-needed rest and relaxation.
New Year’s Day, which falls on January 1st, is the first holiday of 2023. This day is a time to reflect on the past year and look optimistic to the future. Parties, parades, and fireworks are often associated with the start of a new year.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday honoring the civil rights activist and leader will be celebrated on January 16th. This day is a time to remember Dr. King’s legacy and impact on the nation.
Presidents’ Day, a day to honor the legacy of America’s past presidents, will be celebrated on February 20th. While the day was initially established to honor George Washington, it has since extended to recognize all past presidents.
Memorial Day, a day to honor the brave men and women who have served and died while in military service, will be celebrated on May 29th. This day is typically marked with parades, cemetery services, and ceremonies to remember and pay tribute to the fallen.
Independence Day will be celebrated on July 4th. This day is a time to celebrate the nation’s independence and commemorate the Declaration of Independence. Fireworks, parades, and barbecues are popular ways to celebrate America’s birthday.
Labor Day, a federal holiday to honor the contributions of the American workforce, will be celebrated on September 5th. This day is typically celebrated with barbecues, picnics, and other events.
Columbus Day, a federal holiday to honor the Italian explorer Christopher Columbus will be celebrated on October 10th. This day is typically marked with parades and other festivities.
Veterans Day, a day to honor the brave men and women who have served in the US Armed Forces, will be celebrated on November 11th. This day is typically marked with ceremonies, parades, and other events to pay tribute to our veterans.
Thanksgiving, a day to give thanks for all our blessings, will be celebrated on November 23rd. This day is typically celebrated with a large family meal and other activities such as football games and parades.
Christmas Day, the most widely celebrated holiday in the United States, will be celebrated on December 25th. This day is typically marked with gift-giving, family gatherings, and religious services.
As 2023 approaches, Americans can look forward to celebrating these beloved US holidays with family, friends, and loved ones. From New Year’s Day to Christmas Day, these holidays allow us to reflect on our nation’s history, honor those who have served us, and come together to celebrate our many blessings.
Download The List of US Holidays 2023 in Order
|New Year’s Day||Jan 01||1st Day of year||Federal Holiday|
|Martin Luther King Jr. Day||Jan 16||3rd Monday in January||Federal Holiday|
|President’s Day||Feb 20||3rd Monday in February||Federal Holiday|
|Easter Sunday||Apr 09||Not A Public Holiday|
|Mother’s Day||May 14||2nd Sunday in May||Not A Public Holiday|
|Memorial Day||May 29||Last Monday in May||Federal Holiday|
|Father’s Day||Jun 18||3rd Sunday in June||Not A Public Holiday|
|Juneteenth||Jun 19||Emancipation Day||Federal Holiday|
|Independence Day||Jul 04||Federal Holiday|
|Labor Day||Sep 05||1st Monday in September||Federal Holiday|
|Cabrini Day||Oct 02||1st Monday in October||Regional Holiday (Colorado)|
|US Indigenous People’s Day||Oct 09||Regional Holiday|
|Columbus Day||Oct 10||2nd Monday in October||Federal Holiday|
|Veterans Day||Nov 11||Federal Holiday|
|Thanksgiving||Dec 23||4th Thursday in November||Federal Holiday|
|Day after Thanksgiving||Nov 24||Day after 4th Thursday in November||Regional Holiday|
|Christmas Day||Dec 25||Federal Holiday|
|Christmas Holiday||Dec 27||Regional Holiday (North Carolina)|
List of US Holidays 2023 Excel Format
Note: The Excel file is in compressed format. You need to unzip it first.
List of US Holidays 2023 CSV Format
Using this CSV file, you can import holidays into Google Calendar or Outlook Calendar. You can customize, e.g., change the description, Leave type, add/remove leaves, etc. Open the CSV file using Excel or Google Sheets and customize it as needed.
List of US Holidays 2023 PDF Download
You can read the below guides if you face any trouble while importing:
- How to Import Events into Google Calendar: Step-by-Step Guide (With a Ready-made Import Template in Excel)
- How to Import Calendar Events into Outlook Calendar (With a Free CSV Template)
Of course, there will be other events and special days that aren’t considered official holidays. These include festivals and parades celebrating local culture, religion, history, or other special occasions.
No matter what holidays or events you decide to celebrate in 2023, it’s sure to be a fun and memorable year!
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